Visited here for the day with my wife; great staff at the park (mostly volunteer). There is a modest fee for day use (per vehicle), and an opportunity for overnight camping (additional fee but reasonable). The park provides plenty of hiking and mountain biking options; trails range from very short (about a mile) to 8 mile plus loops that will take you most of the day. Views are amazing from many places in the park. Although we did not camp, we did explore the campground for future reference. Sites are well maintained, although somewhat small; great facilities on site with restrooms and showers are available to registered campers. Park also has a small visitors center open during day hours; limited WiFi is available.
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